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Jens Friis Lund
Jens Friis Lund
professor of political ecology
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Democratic decentralization in sub-Saharan Africa: its contribution to forest management, livelihoods, and enfranchisement
JC Ribot, JF Lund, T Treue
Environmental Conservation 37 (1), 35-44, 2010
3052010
Measuring livelihoods and environmental dependence: Methods for research and fieldwork
A Angelsen, HO Larsen, CS Olsen
Routledge, 2012
2712012
Revisiting the issue of elite capture of participatory initiatives
JF Lund, M Saito-Jensen
World development 46, 104-112, 2013
2692013
Are we getting there? Evidence of decentralized forest management from the Tanzanian Miombo woodlands
JF Lund, T Treue
World development 36 (12), 2780-2800, 2008
2642008
Promising change, delivering continuity: REDD+ as conservation fad
JF Lund, E Sungusia, MB Mabele, A Scheba
World Development 89, 124-139, 2017
2302017
Negative emissions and the long history of carbon removal
W Carton, A Asiyanbi, S Beck, HJ Buck, JF Lund
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 11 (6), e671, 2020
2102020
Roots of inequity: How the implementation of REDD+ reinforces past injustices
S Chomba, J Kariuki, JF Lund, F Sinclair
Land use policy 50, 202-213, 2016
1992016
Community-based monitoring of natural resource use and forest quality in montane forests and miombo woodlands of Tanzania
E Topp-Jørgensen, MK Poulsen, JF Lund, JF Massao
Biodiversity & Conservation 14, 2653-2677, 2005
1932005
The importance of local forest benefits: Economic valuation of Non-Timber Forest Products in the Eastern Arc Mountains in Tanzania
M Schaafsma, S Morse-Jones, P Posen, RD Swetnam, A Balmford, ...
Global Environmental Change 24, 295-305, 2014
1452014
Territoriality by conservation in the Selous–Niassa Corridor in Tanzania
J Bluwstein, JF Lund
World Development 101, 453-465, 2018
1422018
Between dependence and deprivation: The interlocking nature of land alienation in Tanzania
J Bluwstein, JF Lund, K Askew, H Stein, C Noe, R Odgaard, F Maganga, ...
Journal of agrarian change 18 (4), 806-830, 2018
1302018
Neither fast, nor easy: the prospect of reduced emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD) in Ghana
CP Hansen, JF Lund, T Treue
International Forestry Review 11 (4), 439-455, 2009
1302009
Where and how can participatory forest management succeed? Learning from Tanzania, Mozambique, and Laos
I Mustalahti, JF Lund
Society & Natural Resources 23 (1), 31-44, 2009
1122009
Paradoxes of participation: The logic of professionalization in participatory forestry
JF Lund
Forest Policy and Economics 60, 1-6, 2015
1082015
Does participatory forest management promote sustainable forest utilisation in Tanzania?
T Treue, YM Ngaga, H Meilby, JF Lund, G Kajembe, S Iddi, T Blomley, ...
International Forestry Review 16 (1), 23-38, 2014
952014
Tenure and forest income: Observations from a global study on forests and poverty
P Jagger, MMK Luckert, AE Duchelle, JF Lund, WD Sunderlin
World Development 64, S43-S55, 2014
912014
Is small beautiful? Village level taxation of natural resources in Tanzania
JF Lund
Public Administration and Development: The International Journal of …, 2007
912007
Undoing equivalence: rethinking carbon accounting for just carbon removal
W Carton, JF Lund, K Dooley
Frontiers in Climate 3, 664130, 2021
882021
Towards transferable functions for extraction of Non-timber Forest Products: A case study on charcoal production in Tanzania
M Schaafsma, S Morse-Jones, P Posen, RD Swetnam, A Balmford, ...
Ecological Economics 80, 48-62, 2012
852012
Why residual emissions matter right now
HJ Buck, W Carton, JF Lund, N Markusson
Nature Climate Change 13 (4), 351-358, 2023
842023
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